Two people have been confirmed dead and others still trapped in a building that has collapsed today in Kiambu county,in an incident that took place this evening in Kihunguro its alleged that the engineer didn't take cautious precautions when he was warned,earlier civilians were trying to help law enforcers in saving lives but that got more difficult when it crumbled down to the ground scaring everyone off.
Kiambu county has significant cases of collapsing buildings with Kenyans pointing fingers heading the direction of local authorities who they accuse of negligence,end of last year it has been disclosed that over four buildings have collapsed leaving at least fifty people dead and hundreds more nursing serious injuries.
President Uhuru Kenyatta had told Kiambu county Governor James Nyoro to insure that every building being constructed should under go proper procedure but six months since he was warned of building on riparian land another building has killed Kenyans.
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